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Polkamon Launches on Binance Smart Chain

Polkamon, a popular blockchain game, has developed its own native $PMON coin on the Binance Smart Chain, which is now available for purchase. The Tixl Cross-chain Bridge now allows players to convert their $PMON holdings into BEP20 PMON, allowing them to maximise their profits.

It was decided to use the BSC platform because high gas fees and congestion continue to be a problem for consumers on the Ethereum network. Many development teams have turned to BSC as a feasible alternative that can address these infrastructure challenges while also allowing the communities surrounding their projects to grow.

Polkamon CEO Leif Eric Leiser offered his thoughts on the company’s upcoming debut. “Being able to launch on BSC is an important step for us since we want to provide players with the finest possible experience. Lower gas prices and shorter transaction times are critical components of making the game more accessible, enjoyable, and interesting for more people. Our excitement at being able to share the joy of the Manifold Universe of Polkamon to such a flourishing ecology is unmatched.”

As part of its announcement, the project stated that $PMON is already accessible on PancakeSwap and that BSC Staking and Booster Packs will be available the next week.

Polkamon are digital collectibles that are beautifully animated and were produced utilising blockchain technology. It is possible to unpack each Polkamon with $PMON tokens, the native ERC-20 token on the Polkamon platform, because each Polkamon is backed by a truly unique NFT that is indistinguishable from any other NFT. Each item is one-of-a-kind, authentic, and unique in terms of rarity. Using the Polkamon NFT collection, you can quickly incorporate it into modern games, art, and other blockchain-connected businesses and services.

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Evangeline Christina is a Cyber Security Enthusiast, Security Blogger, Technical Editor, Certified Ethical Hacker, Author at Cyberspecial.net. Previously, he worked as a security news reporter in a reputed news agency.